Scenes from the Trading Floor

Course Outline

“Scenes from the Trading Floor” are a suite of short videos based on wholesale market scenarios. These topical scenarios are designed to form part of a classroom training session aimed at informing and motivating learners to fulfil their role in preventing financial crime. A facilitation guide with a set of slides is included in the pack to enable a trainer to conduct an interactive session prompted by the stories and covering both the ethical and technical aspects of financial crime legislation.

Further Information

Pack Contents:


A DVD containing all the training material is included in the pack. The DVD also has a high definition recording of the five "Scenes from the Trading Floor" which is suitable for large screen presentations.

Presentation Slides

A set of MS PowerPoint slides. These slides are designed to support the facilitator in leading a discussion prompted by the five scenarios. The slides are accompanied by a full set of speaker notes.


Clients may choose to use either the full suite of videos or may prefer to design their own training session based on a smaller selection. In such cases the training pack, slides and speaker notes can be tailored to fit the client's preferences.

Course Overview

The “Scenes from the Trading Floor” short films cover a range of financial crime issues, including money laundering, bribery and sanctions.

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Learning outcomes:

After completing the training learners will be able to:

  • Be aware of the range and scope of financial crime legislation
  • Recognise types of behaviour that may alert them to suspicions of wrongdoing
  • Understand the importance of their own role in preventing and combating financial crime


The examples and interactions are designed to be used by staff at all levels of a financial services firm.

Course duration:

5 short films of 3 - 7 minutes each.


Short films to educate learners about the range and scope of financial crime.

Discussion to explore the ethical and technical considerations.

Engagement to empower learners to know when and how to raise suspicions.